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Disk usage wrong

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Windows Issue, Fixes, How-To' started by zebrafilm, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. zebrafilm

    zebrafilm Guest

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    After the move to a new server, it displays the disk usage wrong. It is way to low and the traffic is also showing zero

    I am not sure how it is calculated but I have all the standard statistics active + SmarterStats as default.

    Please advise what/where to check/fix
     
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  3. zebrafilm

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    Hi Igor, thanks.

    Yes, it somewhat helped.

    First of all, the KB articles is not up to date. It only points to REG keys on X86 machines.
    My machine has them in: HLM\software\Wow6432Node\PLESK\PSA Config\Config\Statistics\.....

    INdeed the last dat is the date of the import/server move a month ago.

    In the windows scheduler, there is no search function but I have a Microsoft section and in there I don't see any PLESK items. (but there is a lot there)

    In the Plesk panel scheduler, I have:
    Daily Script task
    Plesk update

    The last one sends out an email every night.

    What is the best solution to get the statistics in de scheduler?
    Manual input, running a Plesk install repair or any other suggestions?

    Bastiaan
     
  4. zebrafilm

    zebrafilm Guest

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    It turned out to be that after my server move from x86 to x64, the scheduler link was not update.
    The daily task was stuck at: c:\program files but schould be C:\Program Files (x86)\....

    Hope this helps others.
     
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